These animals have great adaptability and have learned to survive in all environments and circumstances. Their incredible libido and short reproductive cycle allowed them to easily colonize every corner of the continent, giving them a reputation for being very fertile.
Mice play a role in religion. Mushika the mouse (also known as Ulaka the rat) is the vahana of the Hindu god Ganesh.
Ganesh and Mushika, who have a very similar relationship to a cowboy and his horse, are able to take on the toughest challenges and enter the smallest spaces. In essence, Ganesh is a "God who sees everything", an omniscient and omnipresent god, since he can go everywhere and observe everything.
Over the years, mice and their cousins rats, have acquired a bad reputation, but if we take the time to learn a little more about these beings, we will see that these animals are really incredible creatures.
Meaning of mouse tattoos
In general, these impressive animals represent:
- The organization
Variations of mouse tattoos
Cartoon mouse tattoos
If you are a woman, a Minnie Mouse (or any mouse tattoo) is a great way to show falsely shy behavior. You are visibly innocent and humble, with your big ears and shy eyes but your pose and your feminine curves are unforgettable.
Tribal mouse tattoos
Most tribal patterns in the world represent a spiritual connection between the natural elements and the indigenous peoples of the region from which the original motif originated. And although a mouse is not necessarily associated with the spiritual realm, it is a creature that has strong connections to the earth and the natural elements. Mice seek food and shelter from the land, which is why a tribal mouse tattoo shows your dependence on the elements of nature and your connection to a particular culture or spirituality.